St. Johnsbury Country Club
Vermont offers the finest and most challenging golf courses in New England. Enjoy a day of golf at the stunning St. Johnsbury Country Club, one of the top rated golf courses in Vermont. St. Johnsbury Country Club offers flawless greens, lush fairways and well-carpeted tees. The state-of-the-art loop along with the original, historic 9-hole links combine to create a distinctive golf experience in Vermont's spectacular Northeast Kingdom.
St. Johnsbury Country club's first nine holes were designed and installed in 1923 by Willie Park, Jr. This amazing golf course designer won the British Open twice during his career. St. Johnsbury Country Club was the last course he ever designed due to his failing health. In 1992 an additional nine holes were designed and installed by Geoffrey Cornish. The final product is a Vermont golf course that demands precision and power. The St. Johnsbury Country Club has hosted the Vermont Open Championship, Mens State Amateur Championship, and the Vermont Womens Championship.
The St. Johnsbury Country Club is open to the public from spring through mid-October.
Jay Peak Championship Golf Course -
Voted #1 public course in the state of Vermont for THREE years in a row by Golfweek magazine! This amazing 18-hole golf course was designed by Graham Cooke. Jay Peak Championship Golf Course offers five sets of tees for every hole, a quality driving range and pro shop.
Barton Golf Course -
The Barton Golf Course was founded in 1990 and is located in peaceful town of Barton, Vermont. The Barton Golf Course offer a challenging par 71 6000 yard course with scenic mountain views. http://www.bartongolfclub.com/links.html
Maplewood Country Club, Bethlehem, New Hampshire
A wonderful 18-hole course designed by Donald Ross. Golfers love the unique 16th hole...a rare "Par 6". Set in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, this golf course is beautfully maintained and a genuine pleasure to play.
Bethlehem Country Club, Bethlehem, New Hampshire
The historic Bethlehem Counrty Club opened back in 1898 as a nine hole golf course. Donald Ross designed an additional nine holes and the course re-opened to the public in 1910. Bethlehem is a par 70 course that is 4858 long.